Laurin Monuments - Epitaphs

Epitaphs

The term "epitaph" means the inscription upon a monument of a selected verse or quotation which expresses in language of graceful and meaningful phrase some thought or sentiment significantly applicable to the individual or family for whom the monument is erected.

 

The following are many ideas for an epitaph.

 

May God be with you and comfort you

 

In Godís care

In the cross of Christ I glory

The Lord is my Shepherd

May heavenís eternal joy be thine

Love is eternal

Our love goes with you and our souls wait to join you

May she (he) rest in peace with God

Blessed sleep to which we all return

And I will give you rest

Sweet in her ways

Trust in God

May the peace of the Lord be with you

Generous of heart, constant of faith


I will lift up thine eyes unto the hills

We lived together in happiness we rest together in peace

All things change, but God remains

A beloved Mother (Father) (Son) (Daughter)

God is our refuge and our strength

She (He) touched everyone with special love and kindness

All things to the glory of God

Love lives on

And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest

A free spirit

Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal

Precious are the memories of (name)

What we keep in memory is ours forever

An inspiration to all

We miss you

We love you always

Always in our hearts

With all my love

Gone from home, but not from our hearts

Great love lives on

There was grace in her steps, love in every gesture

Our little angel

Forever young, forever in our hearts

Her works were kindness, her deeds were love


How beautiful life was to me

May she (he) be remembered as she (he) remembered others

A tender mother (father).a faithful friend

A life full of years of understanding

A friend to many and sadly missed

Of tender heart and generous spirit

A woman of virtue, kindness and modesty

Peace is thine and sweet remembrance is ours

Our love is love forever

Love never ends

Wonderful was your love for us

Loving memories last forever

I have fought the good fight

I have finished my course


I have kept the faith

Love makes memory eternal

He (she) loved and was loved

Too well loved to ever be forgotten


To live in the hearts of others is not to die

Rest, O weary traveler

For with the dawn comes great joy

I am not afraid of tomorrow
For I have seen yesterday
And I love today

Step softly, a dream lies buried here

A gentle man (woman)

She (he) touched the lives of many

While we have time, let us do good

Those we love remain with us

For love itself lives on

His courage, his smile, his grace
Gladdened the hearts of those
Who have the privilege of loving him

God grant us the serenity to accept
The things we cannot change
The courage to change the things we can
And the wisdom to know the difference

Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death
I will fear no evil, for thou art with me, Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me
Psalms 23:4

I am going the way of the earth
Joshua 23:14

Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted
Matthew 5:4

But O for the touch of a vanished hand
And the sound of a voice that is still
- Tennyson


Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy
Matthew 5:7

For they conquer who believe they can
- Virgil

Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God
Matthew 5:8

They who forgive most, shall be most forgiven
- Bailey

But many that are first shall be last
And the last shall be first
Matthew 19:30